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29

Aug

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mexicanfather:

me stealing your moment and making it about me

mexicanfather:

me stealing your moment and making it about me

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28

Aug

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thefitnessquotes:

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running-raspberry:

carlsquared:

progress pic! 

You look amazing girl!!

running-raspberry:

carlsquared:

progress pic! 

You look amazing girl!!

27

Aug

24

Aug

hereswith:

So this morning when I got on the scale and it said 140.2 - I was disappointed I did not officially meet my first goal weight of “140” - then later today while working I thought “wait a second. what?!” I think it’s stupid if I’m going to think that any progress photo of me at 140.0 is going to look any different than one at 140.2. I mean - geez guys, can you see that extra .2 lb on the right or what? Also, it’s not like I’m going to maintain a constant .0 when I do meet my goal weights for the rest of my life, haha.
Anyway, so I made one of those fancy collages, and hurrah! 30 weeks, and a lot of hard work. Time passed like a blur, I can’t even believe I made it this far. I’m not quite where I’d like to be, and I think my biggest regret right now is taking such crap  first photos of myself at my highest weight. I think it’s because i felt so horrible about myself right then, I had very low body love to give. I only really took that one.
WW helped me with portion control, and helped me gear my foods towards clean eating. It also helped me with recipe ideas, gosh I needed that help! Exercise consisted of 30 Day Shred, various 5k Runner apps, and a weekly hot yoga / power yoga class. I still fit in meals and indulgences during my weeks even when I was seriously dedicated - a drink here or there on the weekends never stopped me.
I think the best attitude I have that helps me with this is knowing that I’m here to reach a healthy lifestyle, and my eating and my fitness are part of that. I want to maintain these things for the rest of my life. So whenever I felt like I was going to be guilty for indulging, I reminded myself that eventually, I would reach my goal, and that I have the rest of my entire life to reach that goal. Being miserable in the “present” is no good - you’ve got to love yourself during, as well. Must stop rambling. Anyway, my thanks to the fitblr/WW community for all your help, advice, recipes, and common sense. Stay motivated my friends, you got this!  

hereswith:

So this morning when I got on the scale and it said 140.2 - I was disappointed I did not officially meet my first goal weight of “140” - then later today while working I thought “wait a second. what?!” I think it’s stupid if I’m going to think that any progress photo of me at 140.0 is going to look any different than one at 140.2. I mean - geez guys, can you see that extra .2 lb on the right or what? Also, it’s not like I’m going to maintain a constant .0 when I do meet my goal weights for the rest of my life, haha.

Anyway, so I made one of those fancy collages, and hurrah! 30 weeks, and a lot of hard work. Time passed like a blur, I can’t even believe I made it this far. I’m not quite where I’d like to be, and I think my biggest regret right now is taking such crap  first photos of myself at my highest weight. I think it’s because i felt so horrible about myself right then, I had very low body love to give. I only really took that one.

WW helped me with portion control, and helped me gear my foods towards clean eating. It also helped me with recipe ideas, gosh I needed that help! Exercise consisted of 30 Day Shred, various 5k Runner apps, and a weekly hot yoga / power yoga class. I still fit in meals and indulgences during my weeks even when I was seriously dedicated - a drink here or there on the weekends never stopped me.

I think the best attitude I have that helps me with this is knowing that I’m here to reach a healthy lifestyle, and my eating and my fitness are part of that. I want to maintain these things for the rest of my life. So whenever I felt like I was going to be guilty for indulging, I reminded myself that eventually, I would reach my goal, and that I have the rest of my entire life to reach that goal. Being miserable in the “present” is no good - you’ve got to love yourself during, as well. Must stop rambling. Anyway, my thanks to the fitblr/WW community for all your help, advice, recipes, and common sense. Stay motivated my friends, you got this!